Tue, 14 Dec 2021 11:23:08 GMT
Brandzooka, the leading self-service programmatic platform democratising the digital advertising landscape for brands and agencies, has appointed tech mentor and growth specialist Perry Quinn to the role of chief revenue officer, founder and CEO Kelly Dotseth announced today. Perry has served as a Brandzooka advisor since its 2015 inception.
Perry has held leadership positions in growth at digital advertising technology companies Lijit Networks, acquired by Federated Media, and Linksmart, acquired by Viglink. Most recently, Quinn served as senior vice president of Business Innovation Development at the National Restaurant Association where his duties included leading the teams and businesses of State Relations, Expert Exchanges (Communities and Events), Marketplace (Affinity program), Membership, Sponsorship Sales, and Business Development.
While at the National Restaurant Association, Quinn developed a strong appreciation for entrepreneurs in small businesses across the country who drive a material portion of the US economy ($670B in 2020) and jobs (12.5M in 2020). “I saw an incredible opportunity for Brandzooka to help these critically important small-and mid-size businesses with industry-leading technologies. Brandzooka’s any-size-budget, powerful-yet-beautifully simple self-service platform gives these businesses a seat at the digital advertising table that they haven’t had before,” says Perry.
Concurrently, Perry is an advisor to multiple early-stage companies and is a mentor at the Techstars Boulder and “Farm to Fork” (Minneapolis) accelerator programs.
“Fuelled by impressive growth in the digital and connected television (CTV) space, Brandzooka is at an exciting inflection point,” says Kelly. “I’ve admired Perry’s work leading teams in and outside of the ad-tech realm for years; I can’t think of a better leader to join the Brandzooka team right now. I’m excited and honoured to have him on board to spearhead growth across sales and marketing functions as we take the company to the next level.”
Brandzooka’s model provides small and midsize brands and agencies access to powerful digital advertising technology once only available to massive agencies and holding companies. Brandzooka makes it possible for companies of any size to place targeted ads on primetime TV and premium digital properties worldwide for as little as $5.view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessSapka Communications, Tue, 14 Dec 2021 11:23:08 GMT